And founding editor of The Erotic Review, Rowan Pelling, agreed with this, stating that gingers’ natural scent is distinctive and strong, and “drives many an admirer wild”.
But hey, now we're singing along to his lyrics on the radio, so who's the winner here?
I'm not exactly looking forward to the "carrot top" cracks, or the digs about my fiance and I having our own Weasley family.
Researchers think it might have to do with the way genes that dictate hair pigmentation also influence tumor development. The radiant color is thought to act like an aphrodisiac and signal youth and fertility.3. Natural red tinted strands won't not gray like other colors. They Have Strong Bones You can bring your red-headed date to the beach or even to a gloomy climate, because either way, they'll be able to absorb more vitamin D than you — and everyone else around.
Instead, strands become golden blonde with age, and for some, they will turn to white. According to experts from the Scotlands DNA project, redheads have an advantage because they can create more of the essential, bone-strengthening vitamin in low-light conditions and they even receive the sun's benefits in just 10-15 minutes.5.
It’s not because he was rich, and it certainly wasn’t ‘cuz he was good looking; t'was his magical ginger locks that gave him an edge that other men just can't replicate, and no self-respecting woman can resist. Here’s 21 reasons red-headed guys are actually ginger Gods amongst men.
But despite all that hardship, there’s a reason why notorious "ladies man" Mick Hucknall, the flame-haired front man of early '90s soul legends group Simply Red, was able to bag the likes of Catherine Zeta Jones and Helena Christensen.
That's the name chosen to represent an online dating site for redheads and redhead lovers (ew, gross, creepy).
I checked the site ( out and found: While my criticisms are many, the website has striking redheaded photographs that will be enough to lure any ginger phile into spending hours browsing.
Fair warning though, there's a gallery called "Hot Ginger Men." Is that an oxymoron?